Established in 1996, the UK Race and Europe Network (UKREN) is a UK-wide network representing over 160 organisations. These organisations - predominantly non-governmental and community-based in nature - are involved in race relations and in working to eliminate racism at local, national or European level. UKREN exists to ensure that all such organisations in the UK, local and national, can be kept informed of the latest developments in European race relations. Set up by NGOs for NGOs, we ensure that national and local UK organisations are informed on the latest European race relations developments. Since its inception, Runnymede has held the secretariat of UKREN. In addition to the Executive Committee, UKREN has a 26-strong Council, which meet twice a year to shape the policy direction of UKREN. It also has Executive Committee of 10 members elected from the Council.

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